People can choose to go to treatment, detox and rehab, join a support group or get help in many other ways. But it can be overwhelming, and not everyone knows where to begin to get the assistance they need.
At Northpoint Washington, we offer an excellent addiction treatment program, and we frequently refer people for mental health treatment. But we know that this type of approach may not be right for everyone. We want to do our part to help people locate the best addiction recovery and mental health resources in Battle Ground to meet their unique needs.
Those who try to go at recovery alone are not likely to succeed. They will have difficulties managing addictive behaviors and coping with cravings. More importantly, these individuals may face some serious side effects or withdrawal symptoms. Both physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms can be eased with medical detox services.
There is one outpatient drug and alcohol treatment center in Battle Ground, Washington. Those who live in Battle Ground will find an additional 20 inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities in nearby areas as well.
Both types of treatments have their unique advantages over the other. Understanding how each type of treatment works can help potential clients better determine what they need.
A solid aftercare plan will prevent relapses. Support groups and recovery meetings offer a glimmer of light on some of the more difficult days. Many studies support the notion that 12-step programs, like Alcoholics Anonymous, and other alternatives can encourage recovery. Check out all of the many different options available below.
Alcoholism rates have skyrocketed in America. Many alcohol rehabs recommend their clients to go to at least one Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting a week. These meetings are for anyone who has struggled with alcoholism. Members practice the twelve steps in the 12-step program, and also get a chance to openly talk about their experiences with alcohol.
Prince of Peace Lutheran
Time: Monday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: A NEW BEGINNING
Location: 14208 Northeast 249th Street
Landmark Christian Assembly
Time: Wednesday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: BROKEN ARROW
Location: 1504 West Main Street
Time: Friday @ 8:00 PM
Group name: NUT HOUSE
Location: 601 East Main Street
Recovering drug users are encouraged to go to mutual support groups, like Narcotics Anonymous (NA), at least once a week. Those who go to more than one meeting a week tend to have better success rates. Like AA, NA meetings are faith-based, 12-step programs. These meetings give recovering addicts a place to talk about their struggles, experiences and emotions.
Cherry Grove Church
Time: Friday @ 7:00 PM
Location: 9100 Northeast 219th Street, Battle Ground
1.57 miles away
Grace Baptist Church
Time: Monday and Thursday @ 6:00 PM; Tuesday @ 6:30 PM;
Location: 9400 Northeast 50th Avenue, Vancouver
7.2 miles away
Saint Andrew Church
Time: Tuesday @ 6:00 PM
Location: 5607 NE Gher Road, Vancouver
8.08 miles away
Alcoholism is an issue that affects not only the alcoholic, but also everyone around him or her as well. With alcohol addiction rates on the rise, over 50% of Americans have a close friend or family member who is addicted to alcohol. These individuals may want to consider going to Al-Anon meetings. These faith-based, 12-step programs offer support to anyone whose life has been impacted by an alcoholic.
Community Baptist Church
Time: Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Hope AFG
Location: 409 S Parkway Ave, Battle Ground
0.9 km away
Elim Lutheran Church
Time: Sunday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Progress AFG
Location: 15815 NE 182nd Ave, Brush Prairie
6.9 km away
Cascades Presbyterian Church
Time: Monday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: New Hope AFG
Location: 9503 NE 86th St, Vancouver
11.0 km away
Drug addiction doesn’t only affect the addict. Those who are around the drug user will usually attest to the fact that they are under a lot of stress and pressure as well. They may feel as if they need to help the addict, but can’t get through to him or her. Nar Anon is a faith-based mutual support group designed to help loved ones of drug addicts.
SW Medical Center - Peace Health Hospital
Time: Monday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Release
Location: 400 NE Mother Joseph Place, Vancouver
11.0 miles away
St Henry's Catholic Church
Time: Tuesday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: It Is What It Is
Location: 346 NW 1st Street, Gresham
20.3 miles away
St. Vincent’s Hospital
Time: Saturday @ 10:00 AM
Group name: Strength To Change
Location: 9205 S.W. Barnes Road, Portland
21.6 miles away
Young adults and teenagers often have a more difficult time coming to terms with the addiction. Alateen meetings help these individuals get the support that they need. All members fall between the ages of 8 to 21. As a result, they have an easier time relating to one another. They can discuss topics that may be more appropriate for that age group. Alateen meetings are also a type of faith-based, 12-step treatment.
Recovery Resource Center
Time: Monday @ 4:00 PM
Group name: Hazel Dell Alateen Family Group
Location: 9317 NE Hwy 99, Suite M, Vancouver
(For ages between 12 to 18)
13.2 km away
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Time: Tuesday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Steps To Freedom Alateen
Location: 8310 Macarthur Blvd, Vancouver
(For ages between 10 to 18)
18.5 km away
Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) meetings are gaining popularity in America. More and more of these support groups are popping up in each city. These science-based, 4-point programs teach members how to manage addictive behaviors. Members learn how to cope with cravings using the ABCs of REBT for urge coping. They also learn an abundance of other skills, like DISARM (Destructive Images and Self-talk Awareness & Refusal Method) and the ABCs of REBT for emotional upsets.
Time: Tuesday @ 6:00 PM
Location: 10000 NE 7th Ave. , Vancouver, Washington 98685, USA
Recovery Resource Center Books and Medallions
Time: Wednesday @ 10:30 AM; Thursday @ 7:30 PM
Location: 9317 NE Highway 99, Suite M, Vancouver, WA 98665 USA
Time: Monday @ 6:30 PM
Location: 5317 NE St. John's Rd., Suite D , Vancouver, Washington 98661, USA
The Battle Ground area has a lot to offer people who are searching for mental health resources and support. There are county and community programs, support groups and private treatment options available.
Teen Link is the suicide prevention line for teenagers seeking support. The phone number is (866) 833-6546.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached by calling 1-800-273-8255 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Crisis Text Line can be reached by texting the word “HEAL” to 741741.
The Promise Program provides a private partial hospitalization program to people in need of professional mental health treatment in Washington State. Many of the clients we work with are people who have completed an inpatient program and who need additional support as they transition to living at home.
We treat many types of mental health issues, including:
Promise offers several types of treatment and services to provide support to our clients, including:
Northpoint Washington is about a 3-hour drive from Battle Ground, Washington. There are many benefits in going to an inpatient treatment center in another city. For one, clients are able to enjoy complete discretion and anonymity.
At Northpoint Washington, we want to do everything we can to help people get the support they need to heal. Our alcohol rehab and drug rehab programs offer hope to those who struggle because of their addictions. The Promise Program is there to provide mental health support, which can enrich people’s lives and empower them to thrive every single day.
There are many mental health and addiction recovery resources in the Battle Ground area. Do you need more information about them or about your treatment options? Please contact us.